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Archi Libre

http://archilibre.org/

Takes a look at vernacular and self-educated strands in architecture. Materials and techniques, fantastic architecture, domes, and zomes. [French, English, Spanish]

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Architects Design in Cyberspace

http://members.tripod.com/wwwandia/art/100.html

Illustrated article by Alfredo Andia and Claudia Busch on the designs by New York based architectural firm Asymptote on a virtual New York Stock Exchange.

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Copenhagen Substitute

http://copenhagen-substitute.homepage.dk

An interactive tour of Utopian designs by various architects. Devised by Dellbruegge and de Molls, it formed part of the exhibition "models of resistance" in Copenhagen May/June 2000.

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Curvilinear Surfaces

http://www.curvedsurfaces.com

Aleksandra Kasuba explains how to install curved fabric structures (under tension) in environmental and architectural projects. Examples of her installations. Biography, bibliography.

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Decodeine

http://www.decodeine.org

Margot Kasojevik presents dynamics, simulation and animation design processes in architecture. Includes animations.

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Design Museum: Archigram / Architects (1961-1974)

http://www.designmuseum.org/design/index.php?id=87

Formed by a group of young London architects, Archigram magazine dominated the architectural avant garde in the 1960s with its playful, pop-inspired visions of a technocratic future. Exhibition at the Design Museum, London.

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Diaphan Architectural

http://www.diaphanarch.ch

Sabine von Fischer explores space in material and thought, in the form of drawings and texts from concept and criticism to construction. Projects focus on sensorial and invisible boundaries such as "sonic barriers", and on completely collapsed objects in the "event horizon" series.

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Dynamic Architecture

http://www.dynamicarchitecture.net

David Fisher presents his design for a rotating tower in Dubai. Between its independently rotating floors are wind turbines, generate electric energy for itself as well as for other buildings. Includes description, video and press articles.

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Electronic Democracy Spaces

http://www.dixtio.net

University diploma project on two parallel networks (physical and digital) that host and encourage political participation. Dimitris Papadopoulos and Iannis Orfanos.

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Emergent

http://www.emergentarchitecture.com

Tom Wiscombe researches issues of globalism, technology, and materiality through built form. Projects and publications on experimental architecture of complex geometry, informed by contemporary models of biology and business.

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Just-In-Time Infrastructure Prototype

http://www2.arnes.si/~sudikebe/jit/html/

Igor Kebelour presents a concept of domestic, working, public and mobile institutions merged into one. Includes model, analysis and discussion.

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Mas Yendo Experimental Projects

http://www.masyendo.org/

The Japanese architect describes and illustrates his wide range of experimental works. Includes biography and some of his writings.

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Pouchulu Architects

http://www.pouchulu.com/

Argentinian architect and academic Patricio Pouchulu displays his portfolio of futuristic designs, including those for major competitions.

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Research Institute for Experimental Architecture

http://www.riea.ch/

A non-profit institution with the purpose of advancing experimentation and research in the field of architecture, based in Bern, Switzerland, and New York City, US. Biographies of Lebbeus Woods and Guy Lafranchi, news and publications.

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Symphonic House

http://symphonichouse.com

A resonant house built on a Lake Michigan beach as a joint experiment between David Hanawalt, architect, and Bill Close, sonic installation artist. Includes photographs and video with music.

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